Many companies have expanded their menus to include healthy lifestyle options. Now, the Happiest Place on Earth is one of them. An Impossible Burger Disneyland collaboration is here. The park is bringing hundreds of vegan options to their food offerings.
This new deal brings a long-awaited vegan option to Disneyland, giving park visitors plenty of food choices.
While other Disney restaurants will also serve the burgers, a full list of locations has yet to be announced.
Disney will showcase several of their new food items at the California Adventure Food & Wine Festival which runs from February 28 to April 1.
Week-long menu options will include a Petite Impossible Burger served with guacamole and pepper jack cheese at the Avocado Time Marketplace and an Impossible Cheeseburger Mac and Cheese served at the Nuts About Cheese Marketplace.
John State, the culinary director of Disneyland, said, "We’re excited to add more items featuring the Impossible Burger to our menus. We’re always looking for ways to bring more flavor, innovation, and creativity to the Disney dining experience."
For those who don't know, Impossible Burger is a plant-based meat substitute that claims to look, cook, and taste just like the real thing and have a high nutrient density.
Last year, the company also partnered with Burger King and their rival, Beyond Meat, who tried out plant-based burgers in various McDonald's locations across Canada.
CNBC reported that Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida already has over 400 vegan options in place at its fast-dining restaurants. Disneyland California is set to have the same amount before this summer hits. Here's to all the change happening at the parks.